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    Mentor cga's Avatar
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    CD Burning woes


    I burned a CD at work on my win2k machine, but when I try to mount it on my home LInux box I get:

    mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/cdrom, or too many mounted file systems
    The disk reads fine on the 2k box.

    Any ideas?

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    Re:CD Burning woes

    Maybe written as UDF?

    Try cdfs.

    I used it once to recover a lot of lost data from a cd, and my boss' boss was very happy.

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    Re:CD Burning woes

    Turned out that the silly burner software on the 'Doze box defaults to something other than ISO 9660. Once I set that right, it worked fine.

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